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IN THIS ISSUE ... 

THE BLACK HAND 

OF PRESIDENT MENDOZA 

■ PRESTIGE POINTS 
■ SAFEHOUSES 

■ SAVE GAME 
BASIC CONTROLS 
VEHICLE CONTROLS 

■ BASIC DRIVING 

■ COMBAT DRIVING 

■ AIRPLANE FLYING 

■ HELICOPTER FLYING 

■ SKYDIVING & PARACHUTING 

■ STUNTS 

■ GRAPPLING ONTO VEHICLES 





HUD 


6 


2 


■ ICONS 


7 


2 


■ PDA 


7 


3 
3 


PRESTIGE POINTS 


8 


RIOJA RACING 


8 


4 
5 
5 
5 


VEHICLE HIJACKING 


8 


GUERRILLA ARMS CACHE 
REWARDS 


9 
10 


5 


IN-GAME ASSISTANCE 


10 


5 


OPTIONS 


10 


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CREDITS ^ 


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VANGUARDIA 



No. 68834 ■ Thursday, April 20, 2006 



THE BLACK HAND OF 
PRESIDENT MENDOZA 



VIOLENCE IN PROVINCIA MIRASOLES 




President Salvador Mendoza 

Last week's violent uprising in the 
capital of San Esperito heralded 
the start of a coup as the Parliament 
building was stormed by military forces. 
Chaos spread to the streets as gunfire 
rang in the air and the sun set over 
a weekend of violence. 

The leader of the uprising and new 
order is General Salvador Mendoza. In 
a press dispatch, the new Government 
claimed to have "freed the nation from 
a pack of vultures feeding off the corpse 
of the national constitution." 

Since becoming president. General 
Mendoza has brought in "foreign security 
specialists" to subdue uprisings in the 
unstable regions surrounding the capital. 
Asked whether the security specialists are 
mercenaries, the President scoffed, 
"I will not stand by idly as parasitic 
motherless dogs pillage my country." 



A U.S. government dossier disclosing 
secret agency information was discovered 
earlier this week. Security services have 
gone into overdrive to establish its source. 

U.S. chiefs confirmed that a Top Secret 
U.S. Government Agency operative was 
arrested on suspicion of contravening the 
Official Secrets Act and released pending 
further inquiries. More arrests are 
expected, while the largest spy hunt 
in the U.S. for some years continues. 

EL PRESIDENTE: U.S. GUILTY 
OF "BLATANT INTERFERENCE" 




Pro-democracy rebels attack a munitions dump 
near San Esperito. 

President Mendoza has accused the U.S. 
of supporting rebel causes. Mendoza 
stood firm against mounting pressure 
from the United States to permit United 
Nations checks of his anti-drugs 
program. Mendoza accused Americans 
of "blatant interference" after the U.S. 
hinted at its support for the rebels. 
The U.S. dismissed Mendoza's claims as 
"paranoid propaganda." 




Route into the village of Media Luna in Provincia 
Mirasoles. 

Violence erupted in the village of Media Luna 
as clashes between Guerrilla forces. The People's 
Revolutionary Army of San Esperito (P.R.A.S.E.) 
and Mendoza's uniformed militia left five dead. 

"Mendoza is a rabid dog that should be put to 
death," said revolutionary leader Jose Caramicas. 
"We will not rest until our people are free." 

Caramicas continued, "You too can start an 
insurgency in Government-controlled settlements. 
First, start an attack on the defending forces 
(police/army). Find a Guerrilla (green | icon) 
on the minimap. Press © when you see the action 
icon (page 7). Kill the Government forces to liberate 
the area and earn rewards and prestige points." 

Following angry demonstrations elsewhere in the 
province. Government soldiers have occupied the 
area to deal forcibly with any further uprisings. 

President Mendoza released the following 
statement: "We condemn the shameful act of 
attacking our officers in Media Luna and know it 
to be the work of rebel looters. This behavior will 
not be tolerated." 



I PRESTIGE POINTS 
Earn prestige points by doin 
work (liberations, side and 
story missions) for Guerrilla 



rank by earning prestige 
points, and get rewards ^ 
you gain rank. See relate 



story on page 8. 

I SAFEHOUSES 
Guerrilla missio 
more safehouses 



ons unlock 
js when you 



equipment provided in 
safehouses. 

■ SAVE GAME 
Save your game from any sa\ 
point (located in safehouses). 
Press to display the save 
screen. Choose a save slot 
and press to save. 



carajviicas jailed 

Jose Caramicas, leader of The 
Peoples Revolutionary Army, was 
sentenced yesterday to El Grande Fort, 
the Government's penal institution. 
President Mendoza defended the 
verdict, saying: "The sentencing of this 
terrorist will end rebel violence!" 

Caramicas' sister, Esperanza, called 
for a fair hearing for her brother, who 
she believes is the victim of political 
conspiracy. She has appealed to the 
United States to intervene. U.S. 
intelligence agencies are rumored to be 
monitoring the situation, 

Caramicas, a popular hero in many 
provinces, will be escorted to the Fort 
under armed guard, Esperanza believes 
her brother's life will be in danger once 
he arrives at the prison. 




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BASIC CONTROLS 



Q (left trigger} - 



- D (right trigger) 



(leftthumbstick)- 
O (back) button _ 
(start) button - 






- button 

- © button 

- © button 

- © button 



- w button 

- O button 



O (right thumbstickl 
® jdirectional pad) 








- ■ Move 


»<<-/-► 


Cycle weapons 

Cycle through options (on menus) 


®t/* 


Quick access to grapple hook and mines 


® 




Aim/Camera control 


Click 


® 


Change camera view (3rd person/shoulder) 


a 




Throw grenade 


0: 




Cycle targets 


D 




Fire weapon 


• 




Reload 


® 




Jump 







Action/Use 
Confirm/Next (on menus) 







Cancel/Previous (on menus) 







PDA 







Pause Menu 



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VEHICLE CONTROLS 

Basic Driving 

Enter/Exit vehicle O 
Accelerate Ef 
Brake/Reverse fl 
Turn right/left ^/^ 
Handbrake © 
Sound horn Click V9 

Combat Driving 

Cycle weapons ® ^/^ 
Aim ® 
Fire weapon © 







Ain^lane Flying 




Bank left/right ^/^ 




Accelerate ||9 
Brake fl 


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Helicopter Flying 


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Forward/reverse O \i\ 


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Turn left/right ^/^ 
Increase altitude Ii9 


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Decrease altitude ^9 




Skydiving & Parachuting 


^M^ 


Dive t 
Slow down O 4- 


Turn left/right ^/^ 


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Open/Close canopy © 




Stunts 


Grappling onto Vehicles 


Assume stunt position © 

From stunt position: 
Jump to nearby vehicle © 

Parachute off vehicle © 


From stunt position, use the 
grappling gun to hook a vehicle. 
Press and hold D to move 
into stunt position on the 
grappled vehicle. 


Jump off vehicle tD 




Re-enter vehicle O 






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HUD 








INVENTORY 

Shows your equipped primary and secondary weapons, and amount 
of ammo for the selected weapons. 

HEALTH 

Displayed when you take damage, this indicates your current/ 
max health. 

SWAP ITEMS INDICATOR 

Indicates when a weapon is available to swap. 



RETICXE 

Changes from a cross to a circle when a enemy is locked-on. 




IVIINIIVIAP 

Compass/Direction Indicator — Allows you to navigate the maps. 
Altimeter — Shows your elevation. "When this flashes red, you're 
close to the ground. 



WANTED LEVEL 

To the left of the minimap, numbers represent the level of the 
police hunt for the agent (you); 1 is lowest. Flag indicators show 
if the province you're in is Government-run, Guerrilla or currently 
unstable. 




ICONS 

MISSION OBJECTIVES (red) 
Show the direction and distance 
to your next mission objective. 
When multiple objectives are 
active, each has its own indicator. 

SIDE MISSION ICONS 

(green or yellow) 
Offer the opportunity to earn 
vehicles, weapons, equipment 
and prestige points from different 
factions. Activate side missions 
by communicating directly 
with rebel Guerrillas. 

SAI^EHOUSE 

Rioja and Guerrilla cartels run 
safehouses where you can collect 
new weapons, regain health 
and store exotic vehicles. 



SETTLEjVIENT 

p J San Esperito has over 300 towns, 
^ cities and villages, indicated 
by house and tent icons. 

STORY MISSION BRIEFING 

(various) 

Talk to your commander 
to receive new orders. 

RACE MISSION ICON 

Indicates the location of illicit 
and dangerous races. Participating 
in races jeopardizes your 
well-being. 

INTEREST POINT (black dots) 
Represent points of interest that 
you should explore for helpful 
equipment. 

COLLECTABLE OBJECTS 

(blue dots) 

The San Esperito islands are 
littered with objects that you can 
collect and exchange for rewards. 



SI 




© 





o 



PDA 

MAP 

Displays a map of the islands 
of San Esperito. Scroll the 
map by moving ©. Zoom in 
and out by moving ® "f/^. 

POLITICAL >IAP 

Shows the political status 

of a province on the map, e.g. 

Government-run or Guerrilla. 

EXTRACTION 

Call for extraction. The PDA 
gives your co-ordinates to your 
support team. You then release 
a red flare to mark the exact 
position of the extraction. 
The PDA then shows a list 
of available safehouses. When 
you select a destination, the 
extraction team is deployed. 

, iVIISSION INFORMATION 
Provides real-time mission 
information and objectives. 

, GUERRILLA RELATION 
Provides faction-ranking 
information showing your rank 
in the rebel army. 

RIOJA CARTEL RELATION 
Provides faction-ranking 
information showing your rank 
in the Rioja drug cartel. 

^ HEA^Y DROP 

While in the field, you can 
request that agency vehicles 
be air-dropped to your 
location. Use the PDA to give 
coordinates and then a release 
a flare to mark the exact DZ 
(drop zone). 

STATISTICS 

Displays agent and mission 
statistics. 




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PRESTIGE POINTS 



GUERRILLA ARMS CACHE 



REBELS OFFER REWARDS 

Rebel bosses are reported to be offering 
enormous rewards (prestige points) to 
anyone completing side missions. These 
bosses are extremely dangerous and can 
be identified by green \ icons. The rebels 
are technically savvy and employ 
complex communications systems 
for countersurveillance. 

Police are appealing to the populace 
to notify them immediately if they are 
approached by Rebel bosses. In a 
statement today, President Mendoza 
vows: "Anyone withholding information 



on these known felons and taking their rewards will be shot! 



RIO JA CARTEL FEELS DEA HEAT 

In a related story, Rioja cartel members, identified by yellow J icons, are reported 
to be offering huge amounts of prestige points to civilians for help with missions. 
U.S. government officials have declared war on Rioja drug lords, as Esperitian cocaine 
floods U.S. borders. 

DEA mouthpiece John Mckinley, speaking at a press conference in New York, pleaded: 
"If you meet any cartel members, please contact the DEA immediately. All calls are 
confidential." 




A huge arms cache discovered on the island is thought to belong to the Guerrilla 
movement. A Government spokesperson released these details: 



RIOJA RACING 



VEHICLE HIJACKING 




Race fast cars, boats and planes on the 
ultimate day out! Join the Rioja Racing 
Team and earn big prestige points when 
you win! 

■ Races are timed through 
checkpoints, w^ith different start 
points (checkerboard icon) located 
across the island. 

■ Racers must pass through all 
checkpoints in correct order to 



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complete a race. 



Numerous vehicles have been stolen 
over the last few months, indicating 
a sharp rise in hijacking crimes. Eye 
witnesses state that thieves step up to 
the vehicles, press O and then get in 
and drive off. 

A police spokesperson reports, "It's 
difficult for vehicle owners to protect 
themselves, as the thieves often carry 
weapons." Extra police have been put 
on patrol to combat these crimes. 



HANDGUNS 

Pistol: Moretti P.94 

Silenced pistol: Galini M39 
"Husher" 

Revolver: Marker 357 
Sawback 



SUBMACHINE GUNS 

One Handed: Aviv Scarab 

Silenced: Nova 9 

Two Handed: Aviv Panthera 



SHOTGUNS 

Sawed-off: Dawson 61 
Sports Model 

Pump Action: Moretti COW 
Centurion 

Automatic: Moretti CCW 
Praetorian 



ROCKET PROPELLED GRENADE 
LAUNCHERS 



Disposable: RPG M-112 

Rocket Launcher: Mako Ocra 

Grenade Launcher: Mako 
Hammerhead 



ASSAULT RIFLES 

Standard Issue: 
Adier FF M-72 

Assault Sniper: Lance FDL 

Heavy/Slow: Fleisher 
AR-5 Blizzard 

High Tech: Haswell Gen2 
Vindicator Sniper Rifle 

Standard Sniper: Barclay 
Phantom 



PROTEC GRAPPLER G3 

Protec Grappler G3 

When fired the gun shoots 

a magnetic hook that 

locks-on to a vehicle. 

The hook is connected to a wire, 

which is connected to the firer. 



EXPLOSIVES 

Grenade 

Timed Explosive/Triggered 
Explosive 

Remote Trigger 




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REWARDS 



CREDITS 



You can earn huge rewards for successfully completing missions. 

■ MISSION REWARDS 

Completing main missions unlocks new agency safehouses, w^hich may contain 
new^ vehicles or w^eaponry. Opening up a new^ safehouse also triggers the 
destablization of the province in w^hich the safehouse is located, allow^ing you 
to begin its liberation. 

■ SIDE AND BONUS MISSIONS 

Performing side missions for the Guerrilla cartel earns you prestige points, 
w^hich elevate your rank w^ithin the Guerrilla army and unlock access to new^ 
w^eapons and military vehicles. Successfully completing side missions for the 
Rioja drug cartel raises your rank w^ith that faction and unlocks luxury vehicles. 



IN-GAME 
ASSISTANCE 




Tom Sheldon and Maria Kane are so 
smitten with the culture and history 
of San Esperito that they urge any fellow 
Americans on the islands to visit them any 
time. They offer a wealth of information 
on activities throughout the islands. 

"There's plenty of action in San 
Esperito," advises Tom. "Come by and 
visit us! We're just the people to help you 
find it!" 



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OPTIONS 



START GAME 

Start the game. 

SETTINGS 
General: 

■ Controller Vibration (Off/Low/High) 

■ Action Camera (On/Off) 

■ Subtitles (On/Off) 

■ Invert Up/Down (On/Off) 

■ Default Settings (Restore original 
settings) 

HUD: 

■ Health Bar (Dynamic/ShoWHide) 

■ Weapon Selector (Dynamic/ 
ShoWHide) 

■ Objective Info (Dynamic/ShoWHide) 

■ Action icons (Dynamic/ShoWHide) 

■ Minimap (Dynamic/ShoWHide) 

■ Default Settings 
Video: 

■ Motion blur (On/Off) 

■ Default Settings 

Audio: 

Adjust volume settings for: 

■ Music Volume 

■ Dialogue 

■ Sound Effects 
Controls: 

■ Controller Setup (Select a controller 
configuration) 

Credits: 

■ View^ game credits 



CREATIVE DIRECTOR 


TECHNICAL PRODUCER 


Christofer Sundberg 


Panagiotis Chryssovitsanos 


TECHNICAL DIRECTOR 


LEAD PROGRAMMERS 


Linus Blomberg 


Sara Roos 




Fredrik Lonn 


ORIGINAL GAME CONCEPT 




Christofer Sundberg 


PROGRAMMERS 


Nils Gullil<sson 


Viktor Blomberg 


WRITERS 


Magnus Auvinen 
Fredrik Ovaska 


Odd Ahlgren 

Matthew Costello 

Neil Richards 


Johnny Svensson 
Johan Sylwander 
Alex Wennstrom 


PRODUCER 


Peder Nordenstrom 


Fredrik Sjoo 


Joacim Jacobsson 




Jonas Nelson 


ASSISTANT PRODUCER 


Per Ohisson 


Daniel Willfor 


Mathias Westerdahl 


LEAD GAME DESIGNER 


Andres Hansson 


Magnus Nedfors 


Nicklas Frohagen 


GAME DESIGN 


ADDITIONAL 


Markus Swardenholt 


PROGRAMMERS 
Jonas Norberg 


Leif Westerholm 


Christoffer Nyberg 


Magnus Lindstrom 
Andreas Nilsson 


LEVEL DESIGNERS 


Olof Karlsson 


Oskar Blomberg 


Annika Lind 


Johan Belking 


Emanuel Ederyd 


Magnus Johansson 
)6rgen Stombro 


TECHNOLOGY 
PROGRAMMERS 


Nicklas Andersen 
Staffan Ahlstrom 


Patrick Nylen 
Andreas Thorsen 


Jonas Nordstrom 
Tobias Andersson 


Paul Sinnet 


Peppe Pihl 


ADDITIONAL 


Christian Plogfors 


PROGRAMMERS 


Juan Gauthier 


Jim Kjellin 


Theo Savidis 


Jesper Svennevid 




Daniel Strandgren 


LEAD LEVEL DESIGNER 




Marten Stormdahl 





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Steve Bleezy 

CONCEPT ARTISTS 
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Peter Bergting 

Johan Egerkrantz 
Daniel Persson 
Isabela Molina 
Oscar Chiconi 

ART DIRECTOR 
Stefan Ljungqvist 

ART DESIGNERS 
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Conny Bergqvist 
Mats Bergstrom 
Staffan Norling 
Svante Danielsson 
Peter Narkiniemi 
Timo Vaisanen 
Vidar Rapp 

LEAD ANIMATOR 
Robert Pettersson 

ADDITIONAL ANIMATORS 
Patrick Kling 
Daniel Eriksson 
Henrik Hakansson 
Pete Samaur 
Johan Frojd 
Sigtor Kildahl 

MOTION CAPTURE TALENT 

Fliss Walton 

Leraldo Anzaluda 



EIDOS INTERACTIVE U.K. 



FMV PRODUCTION 

Interserv 

Tobias Andersson 

Peter Olsson 

Johan Forslind 

Johan Rask 

QA LEAD 
Tobias Hagberg 

TESTERS 
Anna Bengtsson 
Daniel Jonsson 
Doru Apreotesei 
Mats Andersson 
Jessica Granberg 
Rachid Liljecrantz 
Wilhelm Osterberg 

SPECIAL THANKS TO 

Oskar Burman 

Nina Zhovnartsuk 

Camilla Melin 

Stefan Pettersson 

Thomas Lilja 

Anton Wiegert 

Jakob Ericsson 

Gustav Taxen 

Micke Rosengren 

Peter Bjorklund 

Han Rose 

ALSO THANKS TO 

Martin Alltimes 

Nick Bridger 

David Rose 

Peter Bergting 

Tom Olsson 

Stefan Lampinen 

Hans Sundberg 

Families and friends 



PRODUCER 


QA TECHNICIANS 


UK PR MANAGER 


SPECIAL THANKS 


Dan Mayers 


Jon Galbraith 


Gareth Ramsey 


Jake Mayers 


BRAND MANAGER 


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EUROPEAN PR MANAGER 


Esther Sundberg 

Vanda Bergtrom 

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Vincent Sjoo 


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EXECUTIVE DESIGNER 


LOCALISATION MANAGER 
Anna Vernocchi 


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QA SUPERVISOR 


Dax Ginn 


LOCALISATION 


(MASTERING) 


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QA SUPERVISOR 


Jason Walker 


Olivia Chryssovitsanou 


SENIOR 
LOCALISATION MANAGER 


Arnaud Messager 


MASTERING & 


Miranda Lagerback 

Mirabel Lagerback 

Maj Nedfors 

Minou Ivraeus 


Monica Dalla Valle 


CREATIVE MANAGER 


COMPATABILITY ENGINEERS 


QA MANAGER 


Quinton Luck 


Ray Mullen 
Mark Webb 


Marc Titheridge 


SENIOR DESIGNER 




X Roos 




Jodie Brock 


MUSIC 


X Zhovnartsuk Magnusson 


QA SUPERVISOR 




Rob Lord 


X Johansson 


John Ree 


HEAD OF 








COMMUNICATIONS 


MUSIC SOURCED BY 




LEAD QA TECHNICIANS 


Chris Glover 


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Allen Elliott 








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Derren Toussaint 









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disc shall be binding on or obligate Eidos, Inc., in any manner. Eidos, Inc., will not be 
liable to you for any losses or damages incurred for any reason as a result of your 
use of this disc, including, but not limited to, any special, incidental, or 
consequential damages resulting from your possession, use or malfunction of this 
disc. This limited warranty states the entire obligation of Eidos, Inc., with respect 
to the purchase of your disc. If any part of this limited warranty is determined to be 
void or illegal, the remainder shall remain in full force and effect. 
For warranty support please contact our Customer Support department at 
(415) 615-6220. Our staff is available Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. 
to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time. You are responsible 
for all toll charges. Customer Support Representatives will not provide game 
hints, strategies or codes. 

PRODUCT RETURN PROCEDURE 

In the event our support agents determine that your game disc is defective, you will 
need to forward material directly to us. Please include a brief letter explaining what 
is enclosed and why you are sending it to us. The agent you speak with will give 
you an authorization number that must be included and you will need to include 
a daytime phone number so that we can contact you if necessary. Any materials 
not containing this authorization number will be returned to you unprocessed 
and unopened. Send your postage-paid package to the following address: 

Eidos, Inc. Customer Services 
RIVIA# (state your authorization number here) 
651 Brannan Street, Suite 400 
San Francisco, CA 94107 
You are responsible for postage of your game to our service center. 



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